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Learn the most interesting events and historical facts that happened in November 1973.
The US president was Richard Nixon (Republican), the UK Prime Minister was Edward Heath (Conservative), Pope St Paul VI was leading the Catholic Church.

But much more happened on November 1973: find out below

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Historical Events

Which were the important events of November 1973?


Events

  • 01 Nov 1973 Molly opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 68 performances
  • 02 Nov 1973 Barbra Streisand ...and Other Musical Instruments airs on CBS TV
  • 03 Nov 1973 Good Morning America premieres on ABC (David Hartman and Nancy Dussault)
  • 04 Nov 1973 1000s commemorates former Premier Georgios Papandreou
  • 05 Nov 1973 BART starts SF-Daly City train shuttle service
  • 06 Nov 1973 Man With the Golden Girl begins shooting
  • 07 Nov 1973 US and Egypt announce restoration of full diplomatic links
  • 08 Nov 1973 Nevada approves pari-mutuel betting on Jai Alai.
  • 09 Nov 1973 Government De Uyl decides Palestijnse fugitives to support
  • 11 Nov 1973 Egypt and Israel sign a United States-sponsored cease-fire accord.
  • 13 Nov 1973 Gigi opens at Uris Theater NYC for 103 performances
  • 14 Nov 1973 Good Evening opens at Plymouth Theater NYC for 438 performances
  • 15 Nov 1973 Egypt and Israel exchange prisoners of war
  • 16 Nov 1973 John Lennon releases Mind Games album
  • 17 Nov 1973 Greek regime attacks students with tanks, 100s killed
  • 18 Nov 1973 Greek regime calls emergency crisis due to mass protests
  • 21 Nov 1973 Pete Rose wins NL MVP
  • 22 Nov 1973 The Italian Fascist organization Ordine Nuovo is disbanded.
  • 24 Nov 1973 Miss Teenage America Pageant
  • 25 Nov 1973 3 Palestinians hijack KLM B747 above Iraq, to Dubai
  • 26 Nov 1973 US President Richard Nixon's personal secretary, Rose Mary Woods, tells a federal court she accidentally caused part of 18-minute gap in a key Watergate tape.
  • 27 Nov 1973 Gary Matthews wins NL Rookie of Year
  • 28 Nov 1973 Arab League summit in Algiers recognizes Palestine
  • 29 Nov 1973 US President signs Hobby Protection Act into law as Public Law 93-167.
  • 30 Nov 1973 M T Ghani scores 104 on FC debut for Commerce Bank (Pak) age 44
  • 17 Nov 1973 Watergate scandal: In Orlando, Florida, U.S. President Richard Nixon tells 400 Associated Press managing editors "I am not a crook."
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Music charts

Which were the top hits in November 1973?
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Top #5 songs in the USA

  1. - Midnight Train To Georgia
  2. - Keep On Truckin' (Part 1)
  3. - Photograph
  4. - Top Of The World
  5. - Angie

Top #5 songs in the UK

  1. - Let Me In
  2. - I Love You Love Me Love
  3. - Daydreamer / Puppy Song
  4. - Merry Xmas Everybody
  5. - You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me

Movies

Which were the most popular Movies released in that month?

Books

Which were the most popular books released in November 1973?

World Without End, Amen by Jimmy Breslin

World Without End, Amen

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An alcoholic cop is lost in New York and searches for meaning by looking back at his past. Dermot Davey was taken from the department.

Alistair Cooke'S America by Alistair Cooke

Alistair Cooke'S America

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It is crucial to understand the workings of the United States as it adjusts to its position as the sole superpower in an international world with shifting allegiances.

Portrait Of A Marriage by Nigel Nicolson

Portrait Of A Marriage

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Vita Sackville West, novelist, poet and biographer is most well-known as Virginia Woolf's friend, who made her an androgynous time-traveler at Orlando.

Harvest Home by Thomas Tryon

Harvest Home

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A family of New Yorkers finds a chilling old rite in a rural village. After watching his daughter suffer from asthma, Theodore Constantine decides that he will return to the country.

Come Nineveh, Come Tyre by Allen Drury

Come Nineveh, Come Tyre

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The Advise and Consent series has been a landmark in political fiction. It demonstrates a deep understanding of Washington and compelling characters, which helped propel each novel to the top on the bestseller lists.